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Thank you for the information and your question. The law is actually that an employer must withhold state taxes from employees who earn qualifying wages unless the employer is exempt. There would be no way I could determine, via assistance through this forum, whether or not your earnings are considered "wages" or whether or not your employer is exempt. However, the State Department of Revenue can and you should make an inquiry through them for this specific employer and your situation.
In the meantime, the following links provide the State guidance and the law as it relates to this issue: (the statutory sections you should look at in the second link are 310-325)
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